From 22 May we will be working to update all of the data and documents on this page following the Office of National Statistics (ONS) revision of the International Passenger Survey (IPS) data for 2009-2018 and the released detailed 2019 data. UK data will be updated first and followed by the regional data from 27 May. Please be patient as we update these pages or contact the VisitBritain research team if you have any questions- VB/VEResearch@visitbritain.org. Thank you.
Weekly departing seats to gateway cities which have routes to the UK
Main gateway hubs en-route from New Zealand to the UK
Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, the Middle East, North America and Australia
Countries with connecting flights to the UK from New Zealand
New Zealand has a complex aviation market. With extensive outbound seat capacity, New Zealand travellers have a diverse range of options for travelling to the UK, with connecting flights via aviation hubs in Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, the Middle East, North America and Australia to gateway cities across the UK, including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Cardiff
The current reduced rate of Air Passenger Duty for visitors departing Britain for New Zealand is £78